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    Could I get some feedback on my coffee packaging?

    As of right now I am selling at farmer's markets and online. In a few months I will be selling out of a mobile trailer (I just have to finish the aesthetics on it first). I am not trying to sell my beans in a retail establishment so I am not worried about the packaging being retail friendly at this point. I would appreciate any feedback that you have!Could I get some feedback on my coffee packaging?-galvanized.jpg

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    speaking on behalf of someone that's been in the graphic art field for many years, i would have at least printed on self adhesive stock with matte finish so you could write on it.
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    What would the benefit of an adhesive back be?

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    Looks like you're off to a great start, with some decent branding and clever logo! I'm not sure how much scale your aiming for but if it were my packaging I'd want to minimize my routine work and costs. Handwritten labels are a nice touch but they take time and patience to create consistently. I would set myself up for printing the label and then hand-write the roast date; scrap the binder clip unless they are super cheap in bulk. The other advantage of the adhesive is it 'sticks around' after purchase ^_^. If I bought this I'd quickly discard the superfluous card, then be left embarrassed when I couldn't tell a friend what origin we were drinking. >_<

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    I would simply hot stamp/self stamp the logo onto the bag... no need to have the logo a second time on the card. I would actually do a self adhesive sticker as well.. only hand write the dates.

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    I like the logo but it doesn't have any coffee in it. And sometimes it's hard to connect pipes and coffee. But I like the minimalism in your packaging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidCocaineAddict View Post
    What would the benefit of an adhesive back be?
    to peel off the backing and stick it on your bag. my packaging for example:
    Could I get some feedback on my coffee packaging?-267-copia.jpg
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    I am selling at the Farmers Market also. I went with a stamp on Kraft paper bags.

    Could I get some feedback on my coffee packaging?-image.jpg

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    I love the logo and the idea of having the details detachable. However, I think the card clipped on might be too big. An adhesive label would be more aesthetic. I have an OXO airtight storage I use for my bean, though, so I throw the bags away. I like the card that Stumptown includes, which allows me to put the info in the OXO container.

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    I very much like the fact that it appears that someone has spent time with this specific bag, documenting it's contents. It gives the impression that someone went to great lengths to make sure what's inside is very special.
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